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1 A SSET M ANAGEMENT A Focus on Implementation AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide A Focus on Implementation Presented at the AASHTO Sub-Committee on Asset Management Peer Exchange on Asset Management and Performance Management by Michael Bridges, P.E. Louisiana DOTD July 26, 2010

2 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Asset Management Guide – Volume 2 “A Focus on Implementation” NCHRP 08-69A Research Project started in 2008 Three problem statements recommended by the AASHTO Sub-Committee on Asset Management were approved and combined into one project ($750K) Project Team included 11 state and federal transportation professionals. Consultant Team was composed of AECOM and Spypond Partners Delivery of completed project set for Summer 2010

3 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Panel Members and Support Staff Michael Bridges – LADOTD Brad W. Allen – NYDOT Adjo A. Amekudzi – GaTech John H. Daly, III – Genesse County Road Commission Leonard R. Evans – ODOT Stephen J. Gaj – FHWA Rachel Falsetti – CALTRANS Tracy Larkin Thomason – Nevada DOT Lacy D. Love – NCDOT Benjamin T. Orsbon – SDDOT Jeffrey H. Smith – Maryland DOT Nanda Srinivasan – TRB Andrew C. Lemer – TRB Thomas M. Palmerlee – TRB Nadarajah Sivaneswaran - FHWA

4 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Project NCHRP 08-69A objectives Supplement AASHTO’s TAM Guide Vol.1 with a second volume that focuses on establishing and executing TAM programs in transportation agencies, with particular attention to highway assets. Document the benefits of TAM. Provide additional guidance for implementing asset management concepts, principles, performance targets, strategies, tools, analysis methods, data collection, and application of management system information based on the framework presented in Vol. 1. Include examples of: –Use of tools for evaluating return on investment and improving economic efficiency, resource allocation, and budgeting decisions; –Strategies for enhancing communication and information sharing among decision-makers and elected officials; and –Ways that ERP systems can effectively support TAM.

5 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Intended audience for TAM Guide User groups: –Federal Highways Administration –State Departments of Transportation –Local planning organizations, and transportation practitioners –Decision makers Other potential users: –Consultants –Software and tool developers –Educators –Researchers

6 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago The Guide is intended to stimulate strategic thinking about transportation infrastructure What do we want to accomplish, and why? Do we need to change the current business model to achieve these objectives? What resources are available to succeed in this mission? How do we measure success?

7 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM Business Model – Five Core Questions What is the current state of my assets? What are my required levels of service and performance delivery? Which assets are critical to sustained performance delivery? What are my best investment strategies for operations, maintenance, replacements and improvement? What is my best long-term funding strategy?

8 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago How can the Guide be used? As a modular, resource document As a sequence of implementation steps For knowledge transfer and bridging the gaps

9 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago AASHTO TAM Guide Volumes 1 and 2 are interlinked

10 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM Guide 2 road map – 14 steps to implementation … Part OnePart Two

11 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago … plus case studies

12 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago The TAM Guide will assist agencies meet the challenges Greater accountability to the public and funding agencies. Maximizing use of resources within a highly constrained funding environment. Linking investment levels to infrastructure condition and transportation system performance. Preserving assets and improving safety in the face of growing impacts and costs of asset deterioration. Public expectations for more sustainable transportation solutions.

13 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM is not a part of the business, it is the business

14 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Surface Transportation Authorization Act is coming Achieve national objectives Establish local transportation plans Improve project delivery Greater transparency, accountability, oversight, and performance measures

15 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM Guide shows how to link outcomes to levels of service A “bumpy road”? What mix do our customers want? What are they willing to pay for? What do we need to deliver to achieve them? How long will it take? Connecting Networks Today Journey Time Carrying more Freight Customer Cost Customer Engagement Travel Information Freight Ride Comfort Environment Aesthetics Urban Reliability Safety Neighborliness Value for Money Where to tomorrow?? Performance outcomes Efficient journeyEnjoyable journeySafe journey

16 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM Guide shows how to tie funding to performance based outcomes TAM helps move away from formula based funding allocation to performance based TAM ties performance based levels of service to agency objectives –Define performance outcomes –Set LOS –Make program decisions –Optimize use of funds to achieve performance objectives Measurable outcomes that can be tied to the delivery of annual plans and programs

17 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM Guide describes economic principles TAM recognizes the economic value of assets, economic consumption over time and intergenerational equity considerations. TAM targets economic efficiency using economic analysis techniques to optimize asset expenditure over the asset’s lifecycle. The agency plays a long-term role as “steward” of the assets

18 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago TAM Guide shows how to realize the benefits TAM enables better use of existing funds – by better quantifying current and future performance and optimizing the agency’s decisions. TAM improves agency competitiveness for limited funds – by improving the agency’s credibility, and its knowledge of the long term needs of assets. TAM helps build constructive political relationships – by providing hard information that can be readily understood.

19 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Why should a DOT use the TAM Guide? Interested in how TAM can be of benefit – but not sure whether it’s worthwhile or what to do first. Preservation / maintenance financial needs and new investment are poorly linked, organizational issues to address. Want to be able to better allocate resources and funds over the long term Have a small number of areas to focus on, for example, risk, performance measurement, predictive modelling, but not sure how to best tackle them Have effective asset management systems in some areas (e.g. pavement management) – but aware of the need to have systems and data for other assets as well Aspire to be best in the class

20 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Next Steps Publish Volume 2 of TAM Guide AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee will assume the “care and feeding” of the TAM Guide and work with FHWA to develop NHI courses Roll out workshops and webinars to assist DOTs with their moving to TAM Promote the use of the Guide through speaking engagements.

21 A SSET M ANAGEMENT AASHTO Asset Management Sub-Committee Peer Exchange – Chicago Resources Are Available AASHTO Asset Management Subcommittee Asset Management Today website / community of practice: AASHTO Asset Management Guide Volume 1 AASHTO Asset Management Guide Volume 2 (draft): FHWA Office of Asset Management: TRB Asset Management Committee


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